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In case of materials, we have conciously decided to work with natural fibres. We sew with brocades, silk, and wool. These are beautiful natural and functional materials that allow comfortable movement throughout the day. We buy fabrics primarily locally from small Czech producers and retailers. In case you're interested in the topic of materials more, you can join our hands-on workshop that will take you step-by-step through the fashion jungle and guide you through different types of fabrics and its qualities.


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Cotton is a plant material obtained by processing of cotton staples. It is an absorbent, pliable material that loses its shape with wear. Cotton is well resistant to high temperatures when washed up to 60°C and ironed up to 150°C. It tolerates steaming and contact with common (ideally natural) detergents as well as tumble drying.



Linen is a natural and airy material obtained from the stems of flax. It feels slightly cooler and stronger than cotton. It doesn't stick to the skin as much and absorbs moisture well. It withstands washing at 40-60°C, and does not mind wringing, drying or ironing at high temperatures, up to 176°C. It dries quickly and softens beautifully after washing, wrinkles and adapts to the figure. Like cotton, it tolerates contact with common (ideally natural) detergents.

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Silk is a delicate material from the cocoon of the silkworm. Cool in summer, warm in winter. Silk is antibacterial. If it's not dirty, simply air it out. Otherwise, hand wash in lukewarm water (approx. 20-30 °C) with a special detergent designed for silk. Do not wring the silk to dry it, ideally squeeze it between two dry towels and let it dry flat. Iron only on low temperature max. 110°C and without steaming.



Wool is an animal fibre made from animal hair. The great advantage of wool is has warmth and self-cleaning ability,  thanks to lanolin. An animal fat that coats each hair and prevents bacteria and dirt from settling. Wash by hand in lukewarm water (approx. 20-30 °C) with a special detergent designed for wool. When drying, it is ideal to leave the garment flat to dry. Do not tumble dry. Iron at a maximum of 110°C or over a layer of wet wrung-out linen and dry fabric.

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Cellulose is found in all plants. It is most commonly extracted from woody plants and processed in the textile industry. Fabrics such as viscose, acetate, modal, lyocell aka tencel, or cupro are cellulosic fibres. Wash on a delicate cycle at 30 °C ideally with natural detergent. Do not tumble dry. Iron at max. 110°C and on the reverse side.

Do not expose fabrics to sudden changes in temperature and sunlight. When handling the garment, be mindful of jewellery and any possible snagging, which may damage the garment.



Our tips on detergents for individual materials and stains.
The products are commonly available in drugstores or online shops.

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A tip on how to scent your wardrobe while protecting your wool from moths.

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